Are you looking for ways to help your child gain confidence, learn new skills, and make friends outside of the classroom? Extracurricular activities can benefit kids with learning and attention issues in a variety of ways. In this edition of Weekend Wisdom, expert Jules Csillag is answering your questions and sharing tips about how to choose the right extracurricular activities for your child.
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